Standard Amtrak engine pushing the Capitol Corridor train to Sacramento.
Note Circus Train in the background.
This narrow gauge engine was built by Baldwin in 1907 for the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway.
The engines on this train is about to cross over itself. It would go through the Upper Spiral Tunnel shortly thereafter and be on its way eastward. Taken from the road side lookout off the Trans... (more)
What a picturesque location!
Old CP flag colors GE shining in the morning light.
The Rocky Mountaineer running along side the Bow River. Taken from Storm Mountain road side lookout off Highway 1A.
With RMR 8011 in tow. Picking up passengers in the early morning sun.
With VIA 6441 in tow (VIA calls them type "GPA-30c"). The classic streamlined "Canadian" unloading at Jasper.
Doesn’t this photo look like a stereotypical CPR shot or what?? OK, maybe it does because this location was used for many publicity shots taken by CPR photographer Nicholas Morant. This curve is... (more)
With RMR 8013 in tow. The orange ball above the lead engine is the sun, filtered by heavy smoke caused by forest fires in Western Canada.
Jasper station, with classic streamliner coaches of the "Canadian" waiting at the station platform.
"Totem Deluxe" class Panorama Car on the "Skeena". Coach #1720.